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They taught them how to hunt with bow and arrows and how to carve the arrows and tools such as knives and how to hunt deer buffalo seals and much more and how to make beef jerky plus maple syrup and farming crops and how to use what they call the 3 sisters witch is corn stalks beans and squash the corn grows the bean plant uses the corn as a stick because beans need to grow on a stick they are like vines the squash has huge leaves witch covers the weeds so they cant grow and so that's how those 3 plants need each other in the winter the aboriginals would trade goods like deer skin coats fur boots coats pants and the aboriginals also taught the pioneers how to weave snow shoes and how to make kayaks and canoes to travel and for transportation an how to make homes out of logs and make rugs and quilts for there family's that's how our spices of human life began

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Something like the above but most of the pioneers did not need such information. Hunting was better with guns, farming was practically invented in Europe, houses could be made of wood or sod but rocks and concrete were better. But there were those pioneers from much warmer lands who were taught to live in a land many others had died in.

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What did the pioneers bring on their journey out west?

Most pioneers did not use conestoga wagons, that's a Hollywood myth. The majority used their farm wagons which were much smaller. They carried what they needed- food, a few sets of clothing per person, tools, and maybe a few personal posessions if they had room for them.

What problems did John A encounter when trying to expand Canada to the west?

the things he encountered was that Louis reil fought for the land of Canada west and fought the metis's land

What important things happened in northwest territories?

They were colonized by Canada. They were broken up into many different provinces and territories . They were the last to see the end of the ice age.

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because they traded lots of things example: tea,jute and cotton from India cheese and meat from Newzealand cotton and gold from Canada

How did confederation in Canada happen?

Confederation happened because political deadlock from Canada East and Canada West lead to political deadlock, leading to the Great Coalition, which was in favour of Federal Union. A railway was needed to connect the colonies, trade, and send troops faster. Threats of Americans invading British North America caused the colonies to want to unite and become stronger. People wanted to settle Rupert's land and the Northwest Territories. America cut off the Reciprocity Treaty, therefore making it expensive to trade with them and so Canada began to trade among themselves without paying taxes. Great Britain wanted her colonies to be more self-sufficient and have them do things by themselves.

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They used Canues (boat things), their feet and snow shoes!

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